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Current Projects

Capacity building for data-driven cultural heritage management in Ukraine (2023–2025)

Project: "Capacity building for data-driven cultural heritage management in Ukraine" (Data4UA)

Project No.: 2023-1-LV01-KA220-HED-000166558

Implementation period: 01.11.2023. – 30.04.2025.

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GreenHeritage. The Impact of Climate Change on the Intangible Cultural Heritage (2022–2025)

Project No.: ERASMUS-EDU-2022-PI-FORWARD-LOT1, No. 101087596

Implementation period: 2022-2025

Total project funding: EUR 799 968

Coordinator: Rita Grīnvalde

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The Future of Cultural Heritage in Modern Europe (2019-2020)

The Future of Cultural Heritage in Modern Europe – Die Zukunft des kulturellen Erbes im modernen Europa

Funded by: Erasmus+ (European Union)

Implementation period: September 2019 – August 2022

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Landscapes of Identities: History, Culture, and Environment (2021-2024)

The project "Landscapes of Identities: History, Culture, and Environment" (No VPP-LETONIKA-2021/1-0008) is implemented within the framework of the National Research Programme "Letonika – Fostering Latvian and European Society".

Project No: VPP-LETONIKA-2021/1-0008

Project implementation period: 20.12.2021–19.12.2024

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Folklore Revival in Latvia: Resources, Ideologies and Practices (2022-2024)

Folklore Revival in Latvia: Resources, Ideologies and Practices

Funded by: Latvian Council of Science

Project No: lzp-2021/1-0243

Project leader: Dr. art. Ieva Tihovska

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Completed Projects

New Approaches to the History of Latvian Folkloristics

New Approaches to the History of Latvian Folkloristics

Funded by: Latvian Council of Science

Project No: lzp-2020/2-0315

Project leader: Dr. phil. Toms Ķencis, and Dr. philol. Rita Grīnvalde

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Latvian folkloristics (1945–1985)

Latvian folkloristics (1945–1985)

Funded by: Latvian Council of Science

Project No. lzp-2018/2-0268

Implementation period: December 2018 – November 2020

Project leader: Toms Ķencis

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Documenting the Self: Innovation in Knowledge and Interpretative Models of Written Self-Narratives (eWING)

Documenting the Self: Innovation in Knowledge and Interpretative Models of Written Self-Narratives (eWING)

The eWING project focuses on self-narrative research through an exploration of autobiographical writings by combining qualitative research paradigm with computational methods developed within Digital Humanities research in the last decades. The study is based on the digital corpus of written self-narratives consisting of diaries, memoirs and autobiographies written in Latvian by people of different social, cultural and educational background and covering self-referential events through the long 20th century.

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Empowering knowledge society: interdisciplinary perspectives on public involvement in the production of digital cultural heritage

Empowering knowledge society: interdisciplinary perspectives on public involvement in the production of digital cultural heritage

Project No.: 1.1.1.1/16/A/040, Funded by European Regional Development Fund, 2014-2020

The Head of Project: Sanita Bērziņa-Reinsone

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The Network of Nordic-Baltic Tradition Archives (Nordic Culture Point — the Nordic-Baltic Mobility Programme)

The Network of Nordic-Baltic Tradition Archives (Nordic Culture Point — the Nordic-Baltic Mobility Programme)

The project is funded by the Nordic Culture Point — the Nordic-Baltic Mobility Programme.

Implementation period: from 01.02.2016 to 30.10.2018.

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